If you need help with a federal agency, I am more than happy to provide assistance and advocate for you whenever possible. In many cases, my office can contact the appropriate agency on your behalf to assure that you have been given every consideration available. Please note that I cannot force an agency to expedite a case or act in favor of a constituent. However, I can help communicate the circumstances and request that they take appropriate actions to assist you. If there is an emergency (i.e. an urgent passport request, an ill family member overseas, etc.) you should call my District Office closest to you for immediate assistance.
If your concern is with a state or local entity, you should contact the appropriate jurisdiction for these issues. You can locate your state legislators by clicking here.
Please carefully read the following information before submitting your request:
Please keep in mind that the United States Constitution separates power between the legislative and judicial branches of government, and elected officials are not allowed to get involved in legal matters or cases before a court of law. In these instances, you may wish to seek legal counsel and speak with an attorney.
Additionally, if you do not live within the Second Congressional District of Massachusetts you should contact your own Member of Congress for assistance. Exceptions include military personnel who are away from the state while on active duty or students attending college out of state.
My office has put together the below guides to answer your questions.Please read them before submitting your request to see if your question is answered: